#6) Fine Young Cannibals Cassette Tape The Raw & The Cooked procured March 3, 2016 in Llano
The title of the second and final album released in 1989 by this British rock band is taken from anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss. His structural study of Amerindian mythology, Mythologiques, was published in 1964. While The Raw & The Cooked could describe the tragedy and condition of just about everything discarded in the desert, this selection is mid-transition from outdated recording to broken relic, where the identifying text exists only on the reverse. Three of the tracks were recorded at Prince's studio, Paisley Park by David Z, the older brother of Bobby Z of The Revolution. The album topped the Billboard 200 in 1989.